A pet chat has gone viral in China after he was like, crying on a security camera when he is left alone in the holiday home. The two-year-old short-haired feline, named Fu Fu, reportedly cried when he heard his master call him through the house’s video surveillance microphone.
The owner of the animal, Ms. Meng, said she was watching the feline via a surveillance app on her phone when she saw the scene. “Heartbreaking.”
A chat crying in front of a surveillance camera after being left alone at home during the holidays
The 17-second video, which received more than 8 million accolades, propelled Fu Fu to the rank of social media celebrity, which is of value “Abandoned chat”.
Ms. Meng told MailOnline that she had decided not to take Fu Fu for fear that he would not get used to his parents’ house. She described Fu Fu as shy and sticky, adding that the animal loves to spend time with her.
To ensure Fu Fu’s well-being, Ms. Meng prepared enough food and water before the trip and regularly watched the surveillance footage. In the clip, she can understand Ms. Meng dire “I miss you” et “I’ll be back in a few days.”
At the sound of Ms. Meng’s voice, Fu Fu turns to look at the door before turning to touch the camera with his paw. “I was heartbroken when I saw this.” a lawyer Ms. Meng. She then recounted that she finally ran her journey home to find Fu Fu.
“I had planned to stay with my parents for a week, but we all returned to Xuzhou early.”, she said.
The video shared by Mme Meng sur Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, shows the current Fu Fu towards Mme Meng all excited after arriving home four days later.
The teary eyes of cats can be a sign of illness, such as an eye infection or a blockage of the tear ducts. But Ms. Meng insisted that Fu Fu was in perfect health. She said Fu often had tears in his eyes when he was anxious or hungry.